Liblog profiles 5-8

Another copy purchased, another four profiles, as promised.

@ the library [2]

“Your local library is a twisted place…” By Woeful. U.S. WordPress. Began April 2007, lasted 38 months (so far). Group 2 (only one post in March-May 2010).

Overall Posts

471

 

Per Month

12.39

Quintile

1

 

Quintile

1

 

2007

2008

2009

2010

Posts

69

41

20

1

Quintile

1

2

2

4

Words

14,229

7,180

4,900

151

Quintile

1

2

3

4

Post length

206

175

245

151

Quintile

3

4

3

5

Comments

280

632

100

24

Quintile

1

1

1

2

Conv. Intensity

4.06

15.41

5.00

24.00

Quintile

1

1

1

1

igital Serendipities

By Danica Radovanović. Italy. WordPress. Began September 2006, lasted 45 months (so far). Group 2 (only one post in March-May 2010).

Overall Posts

331

 

Per Month

7.36

Quintile

2

 

Quintile

2

 

2007

2008

2009

2010

Posts

56

11

10

1

Quintile

1

4

3

5

Words

9,091

2,068

3,098

232

Quintile

2

4

3

5

Post length

162

188

310

232

Quintile

4

4

3

4

Comments

101

16

13

1

Quintile

1

3

2

4

Conv. Intensity

1.80

1.45

1.30

1.00

Quintile

2

2

2

3

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“a collaborative library … thing” Group blog. U.S. WordPress. Began July 2008, lasted 23 months (so far). Group 1.

Overall Posts

74

Per Month

3.22

Quintile

4

Quintile

4

 

2009

2010

Posts

13

6

Quintile

3

4

Comments

21

5

Quintile

2

3

Conv. Intensity

1.62

0.83

Quintile

2

3

©ollectanea

“Collected perspectives on copyright.” Currently by Peter Jaszi. U.S. SixApart. Began January 2007, lasted 41 months (so far). Group 1.

Overall Posts

208

 

Per Month

5.07

Quintile

2

 

Quintile

3

 

2007

2008

2009

2010

Posts

60

20

1

6

Quintile

1

3

5

4

Words

15,853

10,647

1,099

3,300

Quintile

1

2

4

3

Post length

264

532

1,099

550

Quintile

3

1

1

2

Comments

31

33

1

0

Quintile

2

2

4

5

Conv. Intensity

0.52

1.65

1.00

0

Quintile

3

2

2

5


 

2 Responses to “Liblog profiles 5-8”

  1. Steven Kaye Says:

    It would be nightmarish if not impossible to do, but I’d love to see some citation analysis applied to links in liblog posts. Hmm – I wonder if ISI does anything like that.

    I’m intrigued at the growth and posting frequency of book/review blogs, as opposed to other groups.

  2. walt Says:

    Does ISI even admit to the existence of blogs?

    “Nightmarish if not impossible” sounds about right to me. Just as a qualitative analysis of blog posts themselves seems nearly impossible (at least from this perspective). Someone with a WHOLE lot better tools and resources than I have might be able to do a quant analysis of tags/categories, but…not me.


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